Best Songs Sung In Falsetto

Falsetto is a kind of singinq which everyone is familiar with. Falsetto songs are really 'feel-good' and brings pleasure to our heart and there's been a lot such songs we've heard in the past, so which, according to you, is the best song sung in falsetto!

The Top Ten

1 Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough - Michael Jackson
2 Stayin' Alive - Bee Gees
3 Kiss - Prince

You know... I misread the title. But with what I read singing would be quite impossible. - Martin_Canine

4 More Than a Woman - Bee Gees
5 The Lion Sleeps Tonight - The Tokens
6 What Goes Around... Comes Around - Justin Timberlake
7 Nude - Radiohead
8 Get Ready - The Temptations
9 Cry Me a River - Justin Timberlake
10 My Love - Justin Timberlake

The Contenders

11 Debra - Beck
12 Tripping - Robbie Williams
13 Holocene - Bon Iver
14 Gimme Little Sign - Brenton Wood
15 Hey There Lonely Girl - Eddie Holman
16 The Ghost Inside - Broken Bells
17 Forever & Always - Taylor Swift
18 Fake Plastic Trees - Radiohead
19 Superman's Dead - Our Lady Peace
20 Clumsy - Our Lady Peace
21 White Room - Cream

Only partially sung in falsetto by Jack Bruce, but complemented by the incomparable Eric Clapton's guitar, using his famous "Woman Tone"; magnificent.

22 Night Fever - Bee Gees
23 Animals - Maroon 5

This is an amazing example of falsetto Adam Levine, I think is the most talented falsetto singer today, he can hit the highest notes on consistent levels this isn't the only song he does great, including wasted years, and love somebody. I also give credits to the background vocalist.


24 Welcome Home - King Diamond
25 Ding - Seeed Ding - Seeed
26 I Don't Feel Like Dancin' - Scissor Sisters
27 Comfortably Numb - Scissor Sisters
28 Filthy / Gorgeous - Scissor Sisters
29 Grace - Jeff Buckley
30 Cool Cat - Queen
31 Supermassive Black Hole - Muse
32 You are Everything - The Stylistics
33 Emotional Rescue - The Rolling Stones

Mick sings the majority of the song in falsetto, similar to Marvin Gaye's falsetto in "Got to Give it Up". - Gg2000

34 Tongue - R.E.M.

Michael Stipe sings the whole thing in falsetto. The reason is that he wrote the lyrics from the perspective of a woman and wanted to give that sort of atmosphere. - Gg2000

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